Caraun Reid, Quinn Epperly Claim Final Ivy League Weekly Honors
The final weekly football honors were handed out by the Ivy League, and two Princeton players were on the list. Defensive lineman Caraun Reid earned Special Teams Player of the Week honors, while Quinn Epperly earned Rookie of the Week honors.
Reid completed a terrific season with seven tackles, including 2.5 for losses, as well as a sack, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup. He qualified for Special Teams honors with a pair of blocked extra points against Dartmouth, including one he nearly returned for a two-point conversion.
Epperly became the first Princeton freshman to start at quarterback since 2000, and he scored both of Princeton's touchdowns on runs of 11 and 13 yards. He led the team with 73 yards rushing and completed nine of 19 passes for 93 yards. Epperly gives Princeton seven Rookie of the Week honors this season; the first six were won by running back Chuck Dibilio, who tied an Ivy League record with six honors in one season.